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Im currently trying to get some kind of rich snippets onto my cms blocks. For displaying the rich snippet I would like to add a block. This block needs to be able to receive some data from the current site.
Im currently using this on the cms pages:
{{block type="core/template" name="my-template" template="path/to/template.phtml"}}

Can I give some kind of data to this template? Something like
{{block type="core/template" name="my-template" template="path/to/your/template.phtml?data=value"}}

Is this possible this way or is there any other way to do this properly?

Another idea would be using the name of the block. How do I get the name of the block inside of the block?

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  • have you tried the solution ? Aug 9, 2016 at 10:11

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Obviously, you can pass data/parameters. Use code below:

{{block type="core/template" name="my-template" template="path/to/your/template.phtml" parameter1="value1" parameter2="value2" }}

You can pass as much parameters as you want.

At template, you can get the values of these parameters by :

<?php 
    echo $this->getParameter1();
    echo $this->getParameter2();
?>

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